Flow Cytometry Software FAQs

Who are Applied Cytometry?

We are a leading supplier of flow data analysis software, and have been for 20 years. Our experience has constantly informed the development of our software, and we have made sure it’s tailored for your flow data analytics.

What kind of software do you provide?

Our software products work with FCS files from any flow cytometer to process and analyse data, providing fast and easy flow cytometry data analysis. This kind of analysis is useful in fields such as immunology, pathology, and haematology.

Who is your flow cytometry data analysis software for?

Our flow cytometry analysis products are ideal for anyone who needs to analyse cellular or particulate information.

Flow cytometry can provide you with a wide range of information on a cell-by-cell basis, from surface and intracellular antigen identification and cell classification to cell cycle analysis and DNA content analysis.

Some of our customers include flow cytometry core laboratories, hospital departments, universities, pharmaceutical laboratories and research centres.

How do I download your flow analysis software?

You can download a free trial of our flagship flow cytometry data analysis software, VenturiOne, here.

How much does it cost?

If you’re interested in finding out costs, please contact us here.

How do your flow cytometry software products work together for my data analysis?

Applied Cytometry provides a thorough and intricate range of software tools to help you through the whole process of analysing data from your flow cytometer.

Below you can see how our range of tools can work together to aid in your analysis:

  • With CytoCentral you can plan the work you are about to engage in, and track your progress.
  • Commander then schedules any high throughput work, and VenturiOne carries out the main analysis.
  • With CytoSwarm you can then enable further analysis using algorithms including Merge, FlowSOM, t-SNE, and uMAP.
  • VenturiOne then provides you with comparative analysis of all your results.
  • After your sample has been analysed, you can use CytoBee to organise your FCS files using tags to create a reference system.
  • For statistical analysis and translational studies this can then be sent straight to incyt247, or to CytoCentral to store your findings.
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